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guest curated by Tilda Swinton, draws inspiration from Virginia
Woolf’s revolutionary 1928 novel Orlando: A Biography and Sally
Potter’s 1992 film adaptation. Swinton invited photographers to
create or gather works inspired by Orlando’sthemes; the
resulting exhibition of more than fifty photographs includes work by
Mickalene Thomas, Carmen Winant, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya. Orlando is
organized by Aperture, New York, and on view at Art on Hulfishthrough January 23.
Admission is free; hours and details here. Watch a short video about the
Heartlands / Kelly Wang Opening Saturday, January 15
ArtistKelly Wang combines contemporary and
ancient influences, as well as American and Asian traditions, to
create multimedia works infused with elements of cultural identity
and personal grief. Her landscapes of the heart revolve around
places, people, or events with which she shares a deep sense of
belonging. Walking a tightrope between past and future, West and
East, Wang explores the boundaries of calligraphy, painting, and
sculpture in new ways while confronting life and mourning. On
view at Art@Bainbridge from January 15 through February 27. Admission
is free; hours and details here. Meet the artiston Saturday, January
Wintersession Events For Faculty,
Staff, and Students
all Princeton University students, faculty, and staff! The Art
Museum’s Wintersession offerings, open exclusively to the University
community, range from an outdoor sculpture scavenger hunt to a
presentation on the new Museum we’re building for Princeton. Links
below—registrations close tonight at midnight.
Save the Date Artist Talk:
Elle Pérez Thursday, January 20, 5:30 p.m.
photographer Elle Pérez, whose work is featured in the exhibition Orlandoat Art
on Hulfish, the camera is an instrument of recognition, creating
intimate documents of community relationships. Pérez’s multifaceted
practice of portrait, landscape, and observational photography
centers on the complexity of personal identity. In this live online
program, the artist will discuss images, identity, and storytelling
across their work. Cosponsored by the Gender + Sexuality Resource
Center. Details and free registration here.
credits Visitors to the exhibition Orlando, on
view at Art on Hulfish in Princeton’s Palmer Square through January